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First, what's a "snakewort?"Second, I knew it was Meade! Doesn't detract from the overall quality of this beautiful walk.Yes, if your university's campus is so close to this "forest" ... And, "beach," I can see why students show up in Madison, picking your school over others.And, then I thought autumn's close. The trees will change colors and shed their leaves. Will this add space ... with the overgrowth dead and gone?I think if I was walking this ... I'd have walked SLOWER! Why trudge when natures is so gosh darn beautiful?
I was thinking that's a nice place to veer off the path in the warm summer and get friendly with your sweetie, although it might be awkward to find the couple behind the next tree is your conlawprof and spouse.
You could submit a demand that US News & World Report consider the beauty of Madison in its subjective rankings...but first go back and delete all those overbearing purple tree pics.
edutcher, not to mention if you and your sweetie veered off the path and ran into Carol Herman!
Speaking of finding one's own path, is the proper understanding of the Supreme Court's Grutter era jurisprudence regarding racial preferences in admssions:a)If a state decides that it has a compelling interest in diversity among students, then it may take race into account in a narrowly tailored way;b)There is always a compelling state interest in diversity, whether the citizens or legislators of a state find it to be so or not; orc) Other (explain)?
But ultimately, what sort of shoes will you be wearing on this walk? We really need to know (U.S. News and World Report in particular) if they are sensible.
"I was thinking that's a nice place to veer off the path in the warm summer and get friendly with your sweetie, although it might be awkward to find the couple behind the next tree is your conlawprof and spouse."Yeah, well, it's even more awkward when it's the other way around.
"Yeah, well, it's even more awkward when it's the other way around."You mean - you're getting friendly with your sweetie, you open your eyes, and, YIKES, it's Carol Herman!?
@Lucien It's the court that must find the asserted interest is compelling (and the policy is narrowly tailored to achieving that interest).The govt entity defending the policy will make the argument that the interest is compelling, and I think courts tend to be deferential in believing it, but it is the court's judgment that determines the outcome.If the people of the state don't like the policy, they can use the democratic processes to have it abolished by statute. That the policy doesn't violate the Constitution doesn't mean the Constitution requires it. There are endless things the state may do that it isn't required to do.So, people, if you don't like affirmative action in your state, vote it out. The Wisconsin legislature could vote today to ban affirmative action at the University of Wisconsin. If that's what you want your representatives to do, communicate with them.I'm not advocating a position one way or the other on affirmative action. I am simply explaining the law here.
Meade said... "Yeah, well, it's even more awkward when it's the other way around."You mean - you're getting friendly with your sweetie, you open your eyes, and, YIKES, it's Carol Herman!?9/26/11 12:29 PMAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!It is not even October yet! Stop being so scary!
"...find your own path"...or soar above it all.Ah-MAY-zing.
I heard that our Carol was getting Glamour Shots made for her picture on the comments, and when she could not make up her mind if any did her justice the Photographer told she did not need justice but mercy.Finally, that was a joke older than Carol.
Snakeroot? Isn't that a redundant double entendre?
They looked like a fall version of garlic mustard, when I first noticed them.They were unusually hard to identify because Newcomb's lists them under "indistinguishable parts" and I am nearsighted and easily able to distinguish five petals.
Did you see the post (from FIREFLY), that Glenn Reynolds is running about the University of Wisconsin at STOUT?Can you give us details about this other campus?
Rain on the umbrella, on the Ohio side of the vortex. video
You need to turn off the autofocus shooting in settings like this. The low light and many branches, leaves, etc. require manual focus. Take it from someone who has shot through bushes for a living.
Ann Althouse said..."I was thinking that's a nice place to veer off the path in the warm summer and get friendly with your sweetie, although it might be awkward to find the couple behind the next tree is your conlawprof and spouse."Yeah, well, it's even more awkward when it's the other way around.Oh????
The species which caused the milk sickness that killed Nancy Hanks, Abe Lincoln's mother?
Well, Meade, doesn't somebody have to hold the camera? What's the fun of making out if you're not using both your hands.By the way, in my neighborhood there's a wonderful park! (They don't allow kids to bicycle ride in it. There's another path for that.)But when my son was young he said someone told him Freddy Kruger "lived" there. It took a lot of coaxing to get him to go in and walk around. Even without a one way sign, though, most people tend to walk in only one direction.
Traditional Guy, I tried to get the "avatar" command to work. I see my picture (because it travels via gmail.) But it wouldn't take in the "avatar" ... it said there was something wrong with my path.I gave up.
"What's a snakewort?"Easy. About a dollar and a half.So what's a Carolwort?
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